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Jan 9, 2013 1:35am PST
apartment found himself in a life and death struggle with a burglar. cbs5 reporter kristen ayers pieces together a crazy story in pittsburg where when it was over, the burglar was dead of. >> reporter: it began as a break-in and ended in bloodshed. >> i saw there was probably five, six, seven police officers and they were taking a body out of there on a gurney. >> reporter: neighbors say it's rare to hear about burglaries at this complex, but around 10:30 this morning pittsburg police say the man who lived here heard something strange at his door. >> the resident was home alone at this location heard what he describes as someone manipulating the front door knob of his residence. >> reporter: the suspected burglar, a 54-year-old convicted criminal with a long rap sheet, was carrying a fake gun. he probably never expected to run into a resident armed with a real gun. >> retreats back to his bedroom and gets a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door is he confronted by the suspect now inside his house. >> reporter: authorities say a struggle followed during which bot
Jan 21, 2013 11:00pm PST
special significance. cbs5 reporter kristen ayers spent some time with a civil rights pioneer. >> reporter: that's right. george carroll really has been a trailblazer in his community of richmond, california. we got a chance to speak to him. he's actually in the beginning stages of a terrible disease that is robbing him of his memories, but that hasn't stopped his family from bringing him to washington d.c. to create new ones. when 90-year-old george carroll tells me about his life, his journey from student to soldier -- >> i was drafted into the army during the world war no. 2. >> reporter: to judge and political leader in richmond, california. he talks as if it happened yesterday. >> the governor appointed me to the municipal court. >> reporter: for his wife janey and his family it's a surprising moment of clarity, but moments later carroll repeats those facts as if he never said those. >> then they raised me to superior court. >> reporter: george carroll is the first black mayor of richmond, the man for whom this contra county courthouse is named and george carroll is suffe
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